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MD5 Record Set: Disc 1 -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
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  • Blind Melon
  • 1995-09-12
  • MuchMusic Intimate & Interactive
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  • Toronto
  • Ontario
  • Canada
  • DVD
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  • Herb
  • 22nd of September 2008
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  • Blind Melon September 12, 1995 MuchMusic Intimate & Interactive Toronto, Ontario, Canada CATV > unknown model VCR > VHS(1) > audio & video corrections & enhacements using unknown software > DVD(1) Audio Codec: AC3 Audio Bitrate: 48000Hz 192 kb/s Video System: NTSC Video Bitrate: 8000 01. Intro 02. 2X4 03. Toes Across The Floor 04. Tones Of Home 05. Wilt 06. Vernie 07. No Rain 08. Walk 09. Lemonade 10. Time 11. Interview #1 12. Soup 13. St. Andrew's Fall 14. Skinned 15. Change 16. Interview #2 17. The Duke 18. Galaxie 19. Interview #3 20. Car Seat (God's Presents) Blind Melon: Shannon Hoon - Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Kazoo Rogers Stevens - Guitars, Piano Christopher Thorn - Guitars, Mandolin, Banjo, Accordion Glen Graham - Drums Brad Smith - Bass, Vocals, Maracas Appearing with Blind Melon: Mike Kelsey - Percussion, Flute Miles Tackett - Cello Notes: This is the complete I&I performance featuring Blind Melon on DVD. Also included is a packed extras menu including Galaxie from David Letterman 1995-09-21, Shannon & Rogers hosting MTV Beach House 1995... Joey Ramone even shows up (??!!), a few acoustic demos plus several radio appearances & live tracks including a rare performance from 1993-03-25 at The Wetlands club, NYC (mislabeled on the DVD as being from 1992). Artwork included. Source: I&I was transferred from a first generation tape. Excellent audio and video from VHS source. Video: The video after it was digitally transferred was ran though a light video filter to any remove VHS noise. A small amount of color correction implemented to bring out the color. The video was remastered into 16X9 ratio. DVD video was encoded in a VBR format with min=2000 avg=4500 max=8000. Because of a video blemish at the bottom of the screen, the video was cropped to a 16X9 ratio "Widescreen" to hide the video glitch. Other than the hidden glitch I&I is in perfect condition. NTSC. Audio: The audio was digitally restored to remove any broadcast noise. The audio was also raised by 8db to add more punch. The DVD contains both Dolby Digital 2.0 (stereo) and Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound. The 5.1 track has been completely remastered to give the best spatial sound possible. *Please note the extras are in Dolby Digital 2.0 only* The 5.1 mix is for the main feature only. Only use the 5.1 audio option if you have a 5.1 setup. Otherwise choose the DD 2.0 option. The default sound stream is DD 2.0